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Unformatted text preview: most of the emotional processes, especially forming emotional-related memories. Moreover, the amygdales also controls autonomic responses associated with fear. The central nuclei are involved in many fear responses, including freezing rapid heartbeat, and stress-hormone release. Compare to the hippocampus and amygdales, losing frontal lobes could cause the most troubles. It is located at the front of each cerebral hemisphere. The frontal lobes are involved in motor functions, planning, reasoning, impulse control, judgment, language and memory. The most common characteristics of frontal lobe damage are difficulty in interpreting feedback from the environment and dramatic change in social behavior....
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- Spring '07